Tuesday, 7 March 2017

Glasgow Coma Scale - Enter Oblivion - Album Review

Glasgow Coma Scale new album Enter Oblivion has a wide stereo spectrum to the seven instrumental tracks.

The background to this latest release is interesting as parts of the album were recorded some time ago and have formed the basic foundation for new compositions and ideas to enhance and develop this album as a whole.

Glasgow Coma Scale have made this album very complete and when you listen to the tracks they sound fresh and nothing sounds out of place, which is hard to do both musically and sonically is using material recorded some time ago.

What really hooks you is the melody of each track - some with heavy rock guitars, others with jangly soft pop guitars; but the greatest point to really pull this album apart from most music out there, are the pieces of sounds that move in synchronisation with the guitars that really adds that special finesse quality to each track.

There are not many albums that grip you on the first listen as what Glasgow Coma Scale have produced in Enter Oblivion.


  1. Sonda 
  2. Southern Cross
  3. Northern Wastes
  4. Venice Calling
  5. Ghost Not Found
  6. Silent Bird
  7. Birthland
Enter Oblivion is available through Fluttery Records [many different options so best page to see the best option for you]. 


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